Week #7 - VaYeitzei (He Went Out - A Love Story)

Week #7 - VaYeitzei (He Went Out - A Love Story)

Genesis 28.10 - 32:3
Hosea 11:7 - 14:10
John 1:43 - 51

This study shows us life in Yeshua, the Mayim Chaim. It also shows the deceit and the control of the worldly items in our hearts. The fear of man and of the world systems causes us to do some foolish things as we see Jacob/Yakov doing. Yahweh made a mighty covenant with him, the same one He made with his fathers. This is the same covenant he made with you today, because of the covenant through the seed of Abraham, Yeshua. I pray we walk in His obedience, which brings authority in your life. Let these examples in Torah encourage you to know Him in a way you have never known before.

Week #6 - Toldot (Generations)

Week #6 - Toldot (Generations)

Genesis 25:19-28:9
Malachi 1:1-2:7
Romans 9:6-16
Hebrews 11:20; 12:14-17

Be Transformed This Year!
You are preparing the Generations (Toldot) to come! Who are they??

These are the generations, descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; but these are also the Generations of Abraham & his Seed, Yeshua/Jesus, and you. All of this is from the Covenant that has been re-newed from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and then again in Jeremiah 31:31-34 and Hebrews 8:8-12. These are the Generations of His Love and Compassion for His Bride, through the redemption of the Son-ship and the Spirit of Adoption. Praise His Name that you can be grafted into His genealogy. This study can show us how we can choose the right birthright, the right kingdom, and how to serve the right God. We also learn how to live from the wells that give living water, that give life and give it more abundantly!

Week #5 - Chayei Sarah (Sarah's Life)

Week #5 - Chayei Sarah (Sarah's Life)

Genesis 23.1 - 25.18
Also I Kings 1:1-31; Matthew 8:19-22; 27:3-10; Luke 9:57-62; 1 Corinthians 15:50-5

We see this portion is called The Life of Sarah, but it is about her death and burial. Two chapters later Abraham passes, but his is a completion to the flesh LIFE. As descendants of Abraham and Sarah, (Gal 3) we have inherited their spiritual DNA. Notice in Gen 25:7 “And these are the days of the years of Abraham's life which he lived: a hundred and seventy-five years.” This Torah portion compares Days to Years and tells us that the average person's growth is measured in years; but Abraham's life could be measured in DAYS. Every moment of his life was inspired with Yahweh. Is the clock ticking?? Can Abraham’s example inspire us to do the same?

Week #3 - Lech Lecha (Get Thee Out)

Week #3 - Lech Lecha (Get Thee Out)

Genesis 12:1-17:27

Also: Isaiah 40:27 - 41:16; Acts 7:1-8; Romans 3:19 - 5:6; Galatians 3:15 - 18: 5:1-6; Colossians 2:11-15; Hebrews 7:1-19; 11:8-12

The calling of Abram: Yahweh told Abram to leave his native/pagan land and his father’s house/land/inheritance for a new walk, a new land that Yahweh would show him, promising to make of him a great nation, bless those who blessed him, and curse those who cursed him. Follow Yahweh’s command, at age 75, Abram took his wife Sarai, his nephew Lot, and traveled to the terebinth of Moreh, (teaching) at Shechem in Canaan.